Stirling Community Care – Out and About - Helping eligible local residents stay connected with their community
Connect 2 Program is a Stirling Community Care program that helps to connect eligible residents in the local community. Residents can socialise in small informal groups of 6 to 7 people supported by staff and volunteers. The groups go out in the bus for short, local outings to cafes, parks, community centres. Transport is provided to and from homes. The groups meet at various times through the week usually between the hours of 8.30am - 12.30 pm.
For further information, please telephone the Coordinator on (08) 9205 7925.
Adult Day Clubs are located in Nollamara and Stirling, with a centre for people with intellectual disabilities located in Scarborough. Programs at each centre focus on wellness, life skills, educational activities, social and culturally specific activities and opportunities to support participants in maintaining their independence. Our programs also encourage interaction through socialisation, physical and mental stimulation. Programs are developed with input from participants and we have developed a number of specialised groups, such as Nollamara Men’s Group that focuses on male interests and activities. City of Stirling is an approved NDIS provider.
For further information please telephone Day Club Coordinator on (08) 9205 7950.
Stirling Community Care Mobile Day Clubs provide social bus outings, visiting cafes & restaurants for lunch, ten pin bowling, parks for BBQs, and other activities throughout the metropolitan area. Transport is provided to and from homes. Morning tea is provided at Dianella Community Centre.
Group Shopping Buses run weekly or fortnightly, whichever suits your need.Transport is provided to and from homes to local shopping centres allowing two hours for shopping, banking or just have a coffee with friends. Volunteers assist with carrying purchases from the bus to your front door.
Stirling Community Transport provide transport options for social support and medical transport in addition to the social bus outings and group shopping buses. Please contact the office on (08) 9205 7117.
Stirling Community Men’s Shed is located in Balcatta and allows social interaction for men and the chance to meet other like minded blokes in a friendly atmosphere. There is a large woodworking area, garden area, BBQ and general meeting areas. Please contact the Coordinator on (08) 9205 7625.
Centre based care features
Additional details: Services for frail aged clients & those with physical/intellectual disabilities from CALD backgrounds